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A public golf course with the conditions, amenities and customer service of a private country club.
This course has received numerous awards, including being nominated "Best New Public Course" in 1995 by Golf Digest. Recently, awarded a 4 Star rating from Golf Digest Places to Play in 2000-2002.
The course was carved out of rolling hills and wooded terrain. Six ponds and some marshy areas come into play throughout the course. It is a International Audubon Santuary golf course property. CCW was a qualifying site for the the PGA Tour's Greater Milwaukee Open in 2002. This course is located about three miles from Lake Michigan, so windy days are fairly common.
Why Play The Golf Course?
Fire Ridge is one of the few public courses in the Milwaukee area that successfully creates a private feel.
Fire Ridge is an International Audubon Sanctuary golf course property and was the Monday qualifying site for the PGA Tour’s U.S. Bank Championship 2002-2009.
Located 30 minutes North of Milwaukee, or South of Sheboygan off Hwy 43. Take exit #93 and go west to County Road W. Then right or North on Hwy W. 2 miles, on your left.
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